Annual Integrity and Compliance Campaign Is Underway


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This year’s campaign features a new tutorial, The Science of Standing Up, which explores the science of individual decision-making including acting with integrity in difficult situations. It will also review the EthicsPoint reporting tool and the Institute’s Non-Retaliation Policy.

More information will be provided throughout the year on how employees can learn more about The Science of Standing Up. Visit to stay up to date.


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Integrity and Compliance Campaign ends April 6.

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Integrity and Compliance Campaign ends April 6.

  • University System of Georgia University System of Georgia

The Georgia Tech community is reminded that the annual Integrity and Compliance Campaign is underway.

All Georgia Tech employees (faculty, staff, Tech Temps, and student workers) hired before Feb. 1, 2018, are required to visit and perform the following Integrity and Compliance Campaign steps before April 6:

  1. Complete The Science of Standing Up tutorial.
  2. Review and confirm understanding of the Institute’s and University System of Georgia’s Code of Ethics, as well as policies regarding cybersecurity, alcohol and illegal drugs, and conflict of interest.
  3. Proactively disclose any possible conflicts of interest related to external activities and financial relationships.

The Integrity and Compliance Campaign can be completed on a desktop or laptop. It should take no more than 30 minutes to complete, and it does not have to be finished at one time. Employees should click here to get started.

Employees who do not comply by April 6 may receive a formal disciplinary notice from the Institute, and their access to Georgia Tech’s network may also be revoked.

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  • Created On: Mar 19, 2018 - 9:29am
  • Last Updated: Mar 19, 2018 - 9:35am